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Yokogawa signs partner in Northern Ireland

02 November 2009

Yokogawa has strengthened its presence in Northern Ireland, appointing County Antrim based Mo Team as an instrumentation partner. Under the terms of the agreement Mo Team will provide product sales and support for the company’s range of process control instrumentation in Northern Ireland.

(L-R) Rob Moran, managing director of Mo Team  and Donal Bourke, account manager of Yokogawa Ireland shake on the partnership agreement
(L-R) Rob Moran, managing director of Mo Team and Donal Bourke, account manager of Yokogawa Ireland shake on the partnership agreement

Mo Team was established in 1997 and provides engineering solutions designed to maximise safety, reduce operating costs and improve efficiency in manufacturing processes. Furthermore, the company, has recently diversified its capabilities to include specific services for the renewables sector.

Donal Bourke, account manager of Yokogawa Ireland, said: "Mo Team has a proven track record of delivering innovative engineering solutions for manufacturing clients in Northern Ireland. We are looking forward to working with Mo Team by providing high-quality innovative instrumentation as part of their solutions portfolio."

Rob Moran, managing director of Mo Team, added: "We are excited about this new business venture with Yokogawa and look forward to working together. We can now offer clients a turnkey service for instrument integration as well as product sales backed up by expert knowledge of the process sector in Northern Ireland."


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